Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Café Vue

Updated on July 12th, 2011  |  
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Café Vue

Designed by Designworks | Country: Australia

“Designworks has had the privilege of helping develop the growing Vue de Monde family of brands, extending from the initial restaurant’s humble beginnings seven years ago, through a series of successful culinary based enterprises including their three cafe’s. Designworks were set the brief to develop a distinct Cafe Vue identity and eyecatching packaging that sat within the current Vue de Monde family. By referencing a french modern chic aesthetic, the new brand needed to compliment the cafe’s new location, architecture and interior finishings. The result was a Marie Antoinette inspired neon pink pattern with decorative elements. Bespoke menus and Cafe Vue lunch boxes were created in a similar style.”

Café Vue

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“Designworks has had the privilege of helping develop the growing Vue de Monde family of brands, extending from the initial restaurant’s humble beginnings seven years ago, through a series of successful culinary based enterprises including their three cafe’s. Designworks were set the brief to develop a distinct Cafe Vue identity and eyecatching packaging that sat within the current Vue de Monde family. By referencing a french modern chic aesthetic, the new brand needed to compliment the cafe’s new location, architecture and interior finishings. The result was a Marie Antoinette inspired neon pink pattern with decorative elements. Bespoke menus and Cafe Vue lunch boxes were created in a similar style.”

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